BSCFC round-up: Tom Foden and Luca Livermore bag braces as under-12 Wanderers win 5-1
Tom Foden and Luca Livermore both bagged braces to guide Bishop's Stortford Community Football Club under-12 Wanderers to a comprehensive 5-1 win at Bocas Jogabonito.
Ryan Cooke was also on the score sheet as the visitors produced a commanding away performance in the Mid-Herts Rural Minors League, Division Two contest.
Beck Cordery finished with three assists, goalkeeper Freddie Barwise was named man of the match and Danny King impressed at full-back.
Under-18 Rovers claimed the inter-club derby bragging rights with a 3-0 win over under-17 Athletic in Under-18 Division Two.
After a goalless first half, largely due to Athletic's outstanding goalkeeper, Rovers broke the deadlock when man-of-the-match Jack Baros slotted home the rebound after Will Hall had gone close with a powerful shot.
Will Thacker and Hall then combined to tee up Adam Blair-Park for their second goal before Bryn Henriques swept in the goal of the game from distance.
Unbeaten under-16 Saints survived a late fightback to win 3-2 at Cheshunt Ambers and stretch their lead at the Division Two summit.
Sid Clark opened the scoring from the penalty spot following a foul on Alfie Smith before goals from Seth Sheldrake and Zen Rapley seemingly put them in charge.
Saints were almost the architects of their own downfall as defensive errors resulted in Cheshunt scoring twice in the final 10 minutes, but they held on to take maximum points. Trey Jarvis was man of the match for an all-action contribution in the heart of the midfield.
Teddy Hancock struck the winner as under-14 United beat Wodson Park Rovers 3-2 in the Premier Division.
A strong start was rewarded as new signing James Mutlu opened the scoring and then helped create his team's second goal for Milo Grieves.
Wodson battled back after the interval and restored parity, but Hancock had the final word as he finished calmly from the edge of the box towards the end.
An entertaining Hertfordshire Girls Football Partnership League match ended in a 4-1 home defeat for the under-14 girls against Wormley Rovers. They dominated for large periods of the game, but had only an excellent finish from Amy Lenihan to show for their efforts.